I find this to be an extremely odd combo. That being said, let's get to brass tacks. Bioshock is one of the best games I've ever played, I went through it probably 8 times before it got remotely boring. It's scary, action packed, has some of the best voice acting I've heard in a game, and let's be honest, Rapture is one of the best enviroments in any game hands down. The only problem is the "choice affects gameplay" system that it has. It's just extremely lackluster, you're choices only affect you're ability to gain certain powers and the ending cutscene. Also, fair warning without spoilers, the story kinda goes downhill around the middle of the game, so those who are sticklers for detail will most likely find themselves asking "What the? Did I just cross into a terrible sequel?" The game is also linear and a bit on the short side and if you're experienced with shooters you can breeze your way through the hardest difficulty with few problems. But don't let those things deter you, as Bioshock is pure gold and I'd recommend it to anyone. Now for Oblivion. I'm not sure if it's all copies or just mine, but the game is EXTREMELY buggy/glitchy, tothe point where I cannot play it anymore. It actually has to load the areas you walk into so it is very hard to become immersed into the game (Imagine walking to you're destination smoothly with no problems and then suddenly becoming laggy and bothersome because you're moving into a new zone). Also, navigating on the map is just plain annoying, as the cursor moves extremely slowly and there's nothing you can do to fix it. The game also suffers from extremely long load screens. (I actually sat for about 2 minutes through one) However, if you can get beyond all that, Oblivion is an excellent RPG. There's so much to do outside of the main quest, and so many different options when it comes to character customization, AND two full length add ons. (though you need to DL a patch for them to work, something I wasn't aware of before I bought the GOTY Edition -_-) All that said, I wouldn't recommend Oblivion TBH, it's just too buggy to enjoy, which is sad as you're given such a huge world to explore. If you want a game thats essentially just a reskinned Oblivion, but with fewer bugs and whatnot, (fewer, they're still there) just go for Fallout 3. Oh and if this was just Bioshock, it would've gotten 10 across the board but what can ya do? Hope this helps anyone considering this bundle.
No: I don’t recommend this product